Screw Anchors Are Suited for Corrosive Environments

Simpson Strong-Tie has released large-diameter stainless-steel screw anchors for concrete and masonry.

Simpson Strong-Tie has released large-diameter stainless-steel screw anchors for concrete and masonry.

Simpson Strong-Tie has released large-diameter stainless-steel screw anchors for concrete and masonry. Designed for severely corrosive interior or exterior environments, the new stainless-steel Titen HD heavy-duty screw anchors (THDSS) deliver an advanced standard of performance for bridge, marine and water-treatment plant construction and retrofit applications. Available in 3/8-, 1/2-, 5/8- and 3/4-inch diameters, THDSS is suitable for heavier civil construction where corrosive elements pose a hazard to standard carbon-steel screw anchors. The products are made from Type 316 stainless steel and install with an impact wrench or a hand tool. All stainless-steel Titen HD anchors are code listed in IAPMO UES ER-493 (concrete) and ICC-ES ESR-1056 (masonry).

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